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Thursday 5 May 2016 3:13 PM

Maidenhead United FC News

A moment of brilliance from Ben Greenhalgh rescued a point for the Beach Boys at York Road as Maidenhead United and Concord Rangers finished their campaigns with a topsy-turvy 2-2 draw.

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12:00 Wed 04 May 2016
Maidenhead United Maidenhead United's season came to an end at the weekend with the Magpies achieving their second highest finish in league football. This week's SportsTALK reflects on a year that exceeded expectations and hears from manager
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10:00 Sun 01 May 2016
CHEERS: Maidenhead United's players celebrate the end of the season with the fans. Peter Griffin says Maidenhead United's campaign went better than expected and that there is plenty of ground work been laid for next season. The chairman was talking having watched Saturday's 2-2 draw with Concord Rangers
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17:59 Sat 30 Apr 2016
Dean Inman (right) celebrates his goal which put United 2-1 up at the end of the first half. Photo: Ian Longthorne A moment of brilliance from Ben Greenhalgh rescued a point for the Beach Boys at York Road as Maidenhead United and Concord Rangers finished their campaigns with a topsy-turvy 2-2 draw. The result was still
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10:21 Tue 03 May 2016
Harry Pritchard Maidenhead United left winger Harry Pritchard swept the board at the club's end of season awards party on Saturday night. Pritchard, a second half substitute as the Magpies rounded-off their season with a 2-2 draw
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19:30 Sat 30 Apr 2016
Alan Devonshire watches United's 2-2 draw with Concord Rangers Magpies manager Alan Devonshire wants to guide the club into the National League Premier, adding that he hasn't returned to the Berkshire club simply to pass away the time. Devonshire watched on as the Magpies
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13:00 Fri 29 Apr 2016
Dean Inman A stellar first season for Alan Devonshire on his return to Maidenhead United is set to have a disappointing end - yet it could all have been so different. Despite a dismal run that saw
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12:00 Wed 04 May 2016
Maidenhead United Maidenhead United's season came to an end at the weekend with the Magpies achieving their second highest finish in league football. This week's SportsTALK reflects on a year that exceeded expectations and hears from manager
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12:00 Wed 04 May 2016
Maidenhead United Maidenhead United's season came to an end at the weekend with the Magpies achieving their second highest finish in league football. This week's SportsTALK reflects on a year that exceeded expectations and hears from manager
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18:31 Fri 29 Apr 2016
Lewis Putman curls an effort just off target against Merthyr Town Neil Baker expects he and joint manager Jon Underwood will be out of a job next summer if they fail to take Slough Town on from this season's 17th place finish. The management team are
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09:00 Thu 05 May 2016
Wycombe Wanderers FC manager Gareth Ainsworth. Wycombe Wanderers are scheduled to visit Maidenhead United on Saturday, July 30th (KO 3pm) for one of the last of their pre-season friendlies before the new season kicks off. Wanderers' last visit to the Magpies
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Maidenhead United FC News

Maidenhead United FC York RoadMaidenhead United FC play their football in the Blue Square South League and have done since winning promotion to the division in 2007/08.

Nicknamed The Magpies, their home is York Road, a ground that has historical significance as it is recognised as the oldest continuously used football ground in the world.

Boss Johnson Hippolyte has been in charge of the club since 2006 when he took over following the departure of Carl Taylor.

Hippolyte, or Drax as he is well known, is a manager who looks to give youth a chance and he has built a squad based on exciting young talent.

Maidenhead United have struggled in recent seasons, however, and finished the 2011/12 season in the relegation zone but they survived the drop due to a reprieve.

Despite their struggles in the league in that season, they did enjoy a superb run in the FA Cup where they reached the first round proper.

A crowd of just under 3,000 saw them draw 1-1 with League 2 side Aldershot at York Road, they went on to lose 2-0 in the replay.

Return to our Maidenhead United FC page for all the latest football scores, transfer news, pre-match coverage and post-match reaction.


Club: Maidenhead United FC

Nickname: The Magpies

Formed: 1870

Ground: York Road

League: Blue Square South

Chairman: Peter Griffin

Manager: Johnson Hippolyte

Twitter: @MUFCYorkRoad

Website: www.pitchero.com/clubs/maidenheadunited